Archives for 2009

Perspectives on commissioning Christian Art (3)

Dr. James Bettley spoke at commission4mission’s recent Study Day from the perspective of those advising on the commissioning contemporary art for churches: Commissioning contemporary art for a church is just about the most difficult thing that a PCC may have to do. It is in a different league from most other decisions because of the […]

Valerie Dean

Behold the Man Annunciation in the City Valerie Dean came back to England, in the summer of 2007, after living for 27 years in Belgium. There, she studied art for six years and had various exhibitions, in and around Brussels. On returning to England, she became involved in the Kent arts scene and exhibits, regularly, […]

Perspectives on commissioning Christian Art (2)

Peter Judd, with fellow panellists, Peter Webb, James Bettley, Henry Shelton and Harvey Bradley Cartoons of works commissioned by Peter Judd The Very Revd. Peter Judd, Dean of Chelmsford Cathedral, spoke at commission4mission’s recent Study Day from the perspective of those commissioning contemporary art for churches: While at Iffley Church Oxford, we were undertaking some […]

Perspectives on commissioning Christian Art (1)

Bishop David speaking during the Study Day Peter Judd, Peter Webb, James Bettley, Henry Shelton & Harvey Bradley Part of the Study Day audience Lunchtime discussions at the commission4mission exhibition Viewing the commission4mission exhibition Cartoons of artworks commissioned by Peter Judd Study Day participant talking to Peter Webb What follows is the introduction by Jonathan […]

Chelmsford Cathedral showcase exhibition

commission4mission’s showcase exhibition was set up at Chelmsford Cathedral today and is the most comprehensive of our exhibitions to date in terms of the range of artists exhibiting and the range of media on display. The exhibition can be viewed until 2.30pm on Saturday 7th November during the normal opening hours of Chelmsford Cathedral. Also […]